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dietry needs

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Infancy What the nutrient is? Why is it essential? Where it can be found? Its source Calcium It builds strong bones and teeth. Helps to work its organs. The best source for a child in infancy is milk and water which is found in the mother's milk in its self. Protein It is good for linear growth and also for the maintenance and development of cells. It can be found again in the mother's milk. Fats It is good for energy and also keeps a layer of fat under its skin to keep the child warm. It is found again in the mother's milk. Vitamins and Minerals Helps enzymes to work properly. It also provides from them nutrients. The mother's milk and water. Childhood What the nutrient is? Why is it essential? Where it can be found? It sources Fats It is good for energy and also keeps a layer of fat under its skin to keep the child warm it also protects major organs and it also is easier to pass vitamins. They come from milk, yogurts, cheese and red meat. ...read more.

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Tap water, fruits, vegetables, rice, salads and juice. Carbohydrates This is a good source for energy. You can get these from starchy food such as breads, cereals, pasta's and potatoes. Sugary foods such as natural sugars which come form fruits. They also can come from plants such as the glucose, fructose and sucrose. Protein It is good for linear growth and repair, also for the maintenance and development of cells and helps create antibodies. These also come from animal fats such as meats and eggs, yogurts, Soya milk, cheese and fish. Calcium It builds strong bones and teeth. Helps to work its organs. It is essential for blood clotting the muscles and nervous system. It comes from milk, cheese, bread, flour and green vegetables. Vitamins & minerals Helps enzymes to work properly. It also provides from them nutrients. They are in fruits and vegetables, fishes, wheat and nuts and seeds. Fats It is good for energy and also keeps a layer of fat under its skin to keep the child warm it also protects major organs and it also is easier to pass vitamins. ...read more.

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Old Age What the nutrient is? What is its essential? Where it can be found? Its sources. Fibre It helps with digestion so that food with vitamins and minerals can pass easily into the bodies and be absorbed but fibre cannot be absorbed. Fibre s found in the cell wall of plants and also in meat, dairy products and fish. Protein It is good for linear growth and repair, also for the maintenance and development of cells and helps create antibodies. These also come from animal fats such as meats and eggs, yogurts, Soya milk, cheese and fish. Calcium It builds strong bones and teeth. Helps to work its organs. It is essential for blood clotting the muscles and nervous system. It comes from milk, cheese, bread, flour and green vegetables. Vitamins & Minerals Helps enzymes to work properly. It also provides from them nutrients. They are in fruits and vegetables, fishes, wheat and nuts and seeds. water It carries out chemical reactions in and out bodies. It regulates your body temperature, digests food, lubricates joints and flushes our poisons. Tap water, fruits, vegetables, rice, salads and juice. ?? ?? ?? ?? Maarya Ghani 11S14 ...read more.

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